Unsinkable spirit drives solo voyager
Adventurer Enda O'Coineen set out to fulfil a life-long dream but it didn't go as planned, writes Alan O'Keeffe
A "massive crash" when the mast broke on a storm-tossed yacht was a moment of crisis for Irish adventurer and businessman Enda O'Coineen.
He was completely alone in rough seas almost 200 nautical miles south-east of New Zealand.
He was battling the elements as he took part in an around-the-world race for solo sailors.